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brandon@technico.us

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Hello,

I'm running Kerio Connect 7.02 build 1538 under Mac OS X 10.6.4.

When I first setup this server, before I put it into live service, I used macforce.net as my primary domain.

Over time, I moved macforce.com to this server, eventually got rid of the .net domain altogether, and now just have a domain called localhost set as the primary domain.

This has left me with a curious anomaly -- a residual Public Folder from the macforce.net domain.

By that I mean that on any Mac client machine, if I look at iCal's Delegation Preferences for an account at this server, I can still see a line item that reads "Public Folders (macforce.net)". This is true for any account in any domain on that server.

In iCal, if I try to select that "Public Folders (macforce.net)" line item, I get a dialog telling me that the calendar was not found on the server, and to make sure the URL is correct.

Any idea where I look to get rid of this item altogether? I'm hoping I can just edit a config file somewhere.

Thanks for any suggestions.

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